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Learning in Ireland in the fifth century and the transmission of letters : a lecture delivered before the School of Irish Learning in Dublin on September 18th, 1912 / by Kuno Meyer

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Learning in Ireland in the fifth century and the transmission of letters : a lecture delivered before the School of Irish Learning in Dublin on September 18th, 1912 / by Kuno Meyer


Published 1913
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Publisher Dublin : School of Irish Learning ; Hodges, Figgis
Pages 40
Language English
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